The real estate market changed in 2012 when the inventory of available housing on the market started to go down in Southern California. Long Beach has saw a trend downward as well and the number of Fha approved condo complexes as dropped. Homeowner Associations (HOA) that were previously approved are now expired and have not been re-approved by fha due to the mortgage crisis.
So, we took the time to research all of the buildings that are approved in the city for fha financing. Then, we created a list of all of the FHA approved condos in Long Beach and have listed the properties below for you. Some of the popular buildings like the Aqua Towers at 388 Ocean and 488 Ocean Blvd are approved along with Stoney Brook Villas near Cal State Long Beach and 150 The Promenade in the downtown area.
View All FHA Approved Long Beach Condominiums for Sale
See all FHA Approved Long Beach Condos.
(all data current as of 4/23/2014)
1 bed, 1 part bath
1 bed, 1 full, 1 part baths
$295,000 : 4141 Hathaway Avenue, Unit 16, Long Beach2 beds, 2 full baths
$345,000 : 533 Walnut Avenue, Unit 12, Long Beach3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
$182,000 : 3565 Linden Avenue, Unit 310, Long Beach2 beds, 2 full baths
1 bed, 2 full baths
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